Minimising interference to your station

There are many potential sources of interference to low-level radio signals, particularly in the urban and suburban environment. With a little care and research, it is generally possible to trace these, and for corrective action to be taken.

More and more electrical devices are proving to be problematic – examples include switched-mode power supplies, LED lighting, plasma TVs and PLAs (power line adaptors) used to send data signals around household wiring.

But never fear, the RSGB website has a section devoted to reducing interference to your own station.

Other pages in this section – EMC considerations: